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FS: Ampeg B100R MIA

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by stingray56funk, Nov 3, 2012.

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    stingray56funk Supporting Member

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    Ampeg B100R Made in the USA!

    I have used this amp as my practice amp in my home studio and as a small gig amp on a few occasions. Has never had any issues and sounds as good as the day I bought her new! Love the sound of these...very close to my 1966 Ampeg B-15N.

    Ask any questions you like. Pickup is available in Metro Atlanta (preferably North Atlanta). Shipping will be based on your zip code...pm me for an estimate.

    Price: $350

    [​IMG]
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    weight? and is it possible to connect to a PA?
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    Weight is 65 lbs. of pure tone! You can connect to a PA with the 1/4" output and either direct into a mixer or connect the 1/4" output to a direct box and then to the mixer.

    Hope this helps...let me know if you need anything else.
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    If only you waited to post this a little closer to Christmas, I am but a poor college student.

    Good Luck with the sale
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    pm's replied to
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